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TitleSynonyma medica extracta e libro Simonis de Janua.Translate
AuthorSimon Ianuensis.
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TypeManuscriptTranslate
Imprint[Hoorn] ; [Utrecht]. Translate
Year[1465-1485] Translate
Size290 x 215 mm. Translate
AnnotationPreliminary title.
Parts of the manuscript seems to have been copied in Hoorn (colophons on fol. 121 and 246) and in Utrecht (54v).
Dates based on colophons on fol. 54v, fol. 78v, fol. 121 and fol. 246.
Contains also: Antidotarium / Johannes Mesuae; Introductorium juvenum practicam noviter incipientium / Johannes de Tornamira; Dicta super fen primo quarti Avicennae de febribus / Gentilis [de Fulgineo]; Quaestiones super antidotario Nicolai [Falcutii]; Expositio literalis super Tegni Galeni; Quaestiones super librum Aristotelis de anima; Quaestiones nonnullae de febribus; Tegni / Claudius Galenus; Prognostica / Hippocrates; Aphorismi / Hippocrates; Regimen acutorum / Hippocrates; Commentarius in Hippocratis Aphorismos; Expositio 21 fen III Avicennae super capitulum de confectione embryonis / Jacobus de Forlivio.
Antidotarium problably written by a Italian physician living in the 11th or 12th century, who wrote under the false name of Mesu©♭, the Latin transcription of the name of the famous Arab physician of the 9th century Y¿±ı̀Æannā Ibn Māsawaih and therefor sometimes denoted as "Pseudo-Mesu©♭" or "Mesu©♭ Junior".
Cite as: Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht Hs. 695 (Hs 4 D 4).
P.A. Tiele, Catalogus codicum manu scriptorum Bibliothecae Universitatis Rheno-Trajectinae. I. Trajecti ad Rhenum / Hagae Comitis 1887. P. 182-183.
P. Kibre, 'Hippocrates Latinus: repertorium of Hippocratic writings in the Latin Middle Ages (II)', in: Traditio 32 (1976). P. 278 (fol. 114-121).
L.M. de Rijk & O. Weijers, Repertorium commentariorum medii aevi in Aristotelem latinorum quae in bibliothecis publicis Neerlandicis asservantur. Amsterdam etc. 1981. (= Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afdeling Letterkunde, Verhandelingen, N.R. 109. P. 5.
J.P. Gumbert, Manuscrits datés conservés dans les Pays-Bas. Vol. 2: Les manuscrits d'origine néerlandaise (XIVe-XVIe siècles) et Suppl. au tome premier. Leiden etc. 1988. P. 209-210 nr. 710-711, pl. 768b, 751b.
P.O. Kristeller, Iter Italicum. Accedunt alia itinera. A finding list of uncatalogued or incompletely catalogued humanistic manuscripts of the Renaissance in Italian and other libraries IV (alia itinera II): Great Britain to Spain. London etc. 1989. P. 382.
B. Jaski, 'Een codicologische queeste naar de oudste handschriften en handschriftfragmenten uit de bibliotheek van de Paulusabdij', in: De nalatenschap van de Paulusabdij in Utrecht. Red. H. van Engen & K. van Vliet. Hilversum 2012, p. 103-169 (= Middeleeuwse studies en bronnen 130). P. 153, 164.
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CommentEr bevinden zich enkele kleine ongenummerde velletjes tussen folium 54 en 55. Folium 105 is dubbel. Na fol 121 volgt een ongenummerd los velletje. Nummering vanaf folium 130 is als volgt: 131, 132, 131, 134, 135.Translate
LocationUniversiteitsbibliotheek UtrechtTranslate
Call numberHSS: Hs 4 D 4 folTranslate